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UPDATE: The two key figures in the first two videos have been fired (Scott Foval) and resigned (Robert Creamer). Creamer, who is the husband of Chicago-area Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, has visited the White House 345 times since President Obama took office. 45 of those visits were to “POTUS” himself. Imagine that.
(Note: This post was assembled live between 10 p.m. and midight on October 18.)
In Part I of what has been promised as multiple parts up to Election Day, Project Veritas’s James O’Keefe shows that the Democratic Party, up to and including the Democratic National Committee, has been an integral part of attempts to create disruptions outside of Donald Trump campaign rallies this year and provoke violence (WARNING: These videos and the photo grabs in this post contain very graphic and profane language):
O’KEEFE: This investigation has revealed compelling evidence of a dark-money conspiracy, a violation of federal campaign coordination laws between Hillary Clinton’s campaign, Priorities USA, Hillary’s Super PAC, and the Democratic National Committee.
Other pull quotes show operatives:
- admitting to DNC involvement while creating a wall of “plausible deniability.”
- admitting/bragging that the DNC funded the protest effort which was ultimately responsible for shutting down Donald Trump’s Chicago rally in March (later footage claims involvement with a highway blockage at a Trump rally in Arizona).
- acknowledging that proactive efforts to get the press to cover their protests are aggressive.
Part I also:
- Show these operatives claiming credit for a tightly orchestrated disruption of a Scott Walker rally in Iowa (“that was all us”; “we planted multiple people … to make sure … that there was action that happened up front … and a reaction that happened out back”).
- Shows them admit to setting up a 69 year-old female activist with COPD to be a “birddog” at Trump rallies who gets there early enough to ask a question designed to incite violent reaction in reporters’ view.
- Shows that the Clinton campaign, all the way up to its top management, is aware of and has encouraged “birddogging.”
Finally, there’s this quote, which I suspect will improve Trump’s electoral chances in Iowa and Wisconsin:
In Part II, “Democratic operatives tell us how to commit voter fraud on a massive scale”:
At the 0:55 mark of Part II, in an obviously late-breaking insert, O’Keefe reports that his work is being suppressed by frightened media outlets:
Part I blew up on social media, with many Americans wondering why the mainstream media wasn’t covering the story.
In fact, Project Veritas Action had television exclusives lined up around the country. Those television stations spiked the story at the last minute. Our sources tell us the reason they did so was fear of retaliation and retribution from a future Hillary Clinton administration. Truth is dangerous, especially when it challenges those in power.
(He adds that they’re going to find a “different way” besides busses to engage in multiple-vote fraud by having voters doing this drive a “personal vehicle,” which is obviously far less suspect. There’s apparently enough spending money available to fund what would appear to be a relatively expensive effort.)
This may explain the recent seemingly counterintuitive news that there’s a massive voter fraud effort in deep-red Texas.
Here’s an identification of targeted midwestern states, delivered with the apparently obligatory insult:
This would appear to indicate that the State of Indiana is not out of line in investigating potentially fraudulent voter registrations in 56 of its counties.
Veritas’s videographers, posing as a donor and businessperson with employees in multiple states, presented a vote fraud scheme involving getting illegal immigrants to vote in multiple states. Democratic operatives are on tape agreeing that the idea is something they will seriously consider implementing in during the off-year elections in 2018.